Birding in Southeastern Peru
We are a team of Peruvian birding guides. We do what we really like (Watching birds) we live in Cusco – Peru and we enjoy taking Naturalist travelers, twitches, birdwatchers and birders (as you would like to call them) around Cuzco, Machupicchu, Manu National Park here in Peru.
We are specialized watching birds in Cuzco and around, we believe that indigenous communities will develop their life quality through ecotourism.
We have made a thesis about new route for birding at from San Salvador village and high Andean lakes and communities such as Occoruro, Siuza, Parpacalle, Tiraqocha, Mamacocha and Rumichaca with some non-common species in Sacred Valley of Incas.
Part of our big goals is to create local clubs for birding in Southeastern Peru, as we are always encouraging people for watching birds in several habitats shared by some native communities such as forests of Polylepis incana and Polilepys racemosa which concentrates several Andean birds species in Bolivia – Peru – Ecuador and Colombia
You will have many options for birdwatching in Peru. Do not miss the chance of watching wildlife in Peru in short time.
Between Cuzco and Machupicchu, This is the land to see Ducks, Gulls, Goose, Flaycatchers, Ground Tyrants, Finches, the Furnariidae family like Spine-tails such as Rusty-fronted Canastero (Asthenes ottonis), Creamy-crested Spine-tail (Cranioleuca albicapilla), Streak-fronted Thornbird (Facellodomus striaticeps), Miners, Groun-tyrants, Parakeets, deepers, hummingibirds, etc.
Manu road is one of the most famous birding routes in Peru and is one of the places with many habitats and types of forest, which makes it very rich in biodiversity and many mixed flocks of birds in cloud forest, with good lodges with excellent services and food for our guests.
Our other favorite place for watching birds in Peru is Machupicchu and Abra Malaga, those are habitats that harbor some key species on a private conservation areas for example Thastayoq with non-enough forests of Polylepis, here we get to see White-browed Tit-spinetail (Leptasthenura xenothorax) endemic to Peru; Antpittas, Hummingbirds and the endangered bird Royal Cinclodes (Cinclodes Aricomae) among others. Abra Malaga is really worth to visit.
Every time we go birding, we take with us, Book of birds of Peru, Telescopes, sounds of birds, and good binoculars for watching birds taking you to the best points for watching birds with private cars and good meals!
We look to hear from you.
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